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For the 5.7 million registered Palestine refugees living in the Middle East, life before Covid-19 was already challenging. Nearly one-third of the refugees live in 58 recognised camps across Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, the West Bank and Gaza, where the conditions are very difficult. The refugees living in the camps are generally the poorest and most vulnerable. While the circumstances in the five host countries differ, each of them face huge challenges that make the lives of the Palestine refugees more difficult. Through the Australian Government’s Australia Assists program, Nisarg, an emergency...
The Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), Mr. Philippe Lazzarini, visited Jerash and Souf camps in northern Amman
“I had tears in my eyes when I heard that UNRWA started returning services to my camp. I had to flee from Palestine as a young woman in 1948, to Lebanon first, and then to Syria
The Spanish officials confirmed the recent announcement of an additional contribution of EUR 5 million from the Government of Spain in support of Palestine refugees, bringing Spain’s total contribution to UNRWA to approximately EUR 12 million in 2020.
A group of young and talented Palestine refugee women and men are sending a message of hope and unity to the world through a song they have just released.
The European Union (EU) has signed an additional contribution of EUR 4.6 million to the 2020 Programme Budget of UNRWA to help address the needs of Palestine refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic
Nowras, 27 years old, started life as a Palestine refugee in Syria whose family fled Haifa in historic Palestine in the wake of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
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